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Monday, November 17, 2008

Cold and foggy travels in Loudoun

Socked in with fog, Loudoun county was chilly Saturday morning. This photo was taken at Glenowen Farm, one of my favorite places to shoot. The cows and geese added to the silent beauty of the morning.

Taken at the same farm, these intersecting pastures poke through the horizon like massive beach balls.

A one in a million shot. Taken near Blackburn cabin where I saw ten thousand leaves fall as the tree tops rustled.

A serene Loudoun setting.

Most of my friends know that I love the simplicity of overgrown fields, especially when wet and striped with fall colors.

Monday, November 03, 2008

Raven Rocks hike

November first was warmer than seventy degrees, a perfect day for a hike on the Blue Ridge. Both Virginia and West Virginia can be seen in this photo, taken at Raven Rocks. Colorful hard woods cascade down to green farm land.

Coming home on Route 601 toward Route 7, a stunning sunset provides a finishing touch to the day.